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Andrew Body appointed Country Manager for New Zealand

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Advisian is pleased to announce Andrew Body has been appointed as Country Manager for New Zealand. Based in Wellington, Andrew succeeds John Field who is retiring after a long and successful career.

Andrew has significant public and private sector consultancy and management experience across New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and the Middle East. He has a strong policy, strategy and economic background, particularly in the areas of infrastructure strategy development, business case development and procurement frameworks, with a particular focus on the transport sector.

“Throughout my career the best performing organisations have always been those that truly put clients first, and focus on developing deep, strong relationships to really add value. Advisian is already renowned for their client-centric approach, and when you put it together with the deep industry capability and experience we have in the Asia Pacific region, I’m really excited about the value we can bring to clients in New Zealand” said Andrew.

Most recently, Andrew was Managing Director of Mouchel Middle East, and prior to this was Managing Director of Transport for Hyder Consulting in the Middle East. He spent four years as Managing Director of Hyder Consulting New Zealand, which was preceded by seven years working for the New Zealand Government, in roles such as Policy and Strategy Manager for Transfund NZ and Policy Analyst for the Ministry of Transport.

Connect with Andrew on LinkedIn.

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